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Novel ingestible capsule with Bluetooth can monitor health

Manufactured using 3D-printing technology, the capsules could be deployed to deliver drugs to treat a variety of diseases, particularly in cases where drugs must be taken over a long period of time.

World's first rollable touch-screen tablet inspired by ancient scrolls developed

The device, called MagicScroll, is comprised of a high-resolution flexible display that can be rolled or unrolled around a central, 3D-printed cylindrical body containing the device's computerised inner-workings.

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Scientists have developed a faster and cost-effective coloured 3D printing method

Materials, such as carbon nanotubes, carbon black and graphene, absorb light much more strongly than the polymers and transfer heat to them, enabling the use of cheaper, lower-power lasers.

Scientists develop 3D-printed, driverless boats

Researchers have developed self-driving boats, created from 3D printed parts, which will be capable of operating on roadways and bridges as well.

Portable 3D skin printer can heal wounds in minutes: Study

Researchers have develoepd a porttable 3D printer that can generate layers of tissue that can help heal wounds within minutes, and promote development of skin layers.

Novel 3D printer can create self-folding plastics: Study

Researchers have created a 3D printer that produces self-folding material, an invention that could flat-pack furniture, and hep create emergency shelters.

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Novel 3D-printable alloy for flexible devices, soft robots

Researchers have been able to create gallium-based alloys through 3D printing, an application they believe will inspire wearable devices.

Digital Manufacturing: Multi dimensions of 3D printing tech

It uses materials such as plastics and metals to convert products envisaged on computer-aided design to real three-dimensional items; commercial users have been its early adopters.

HP launches 3D printers in India for Rs 2.5 cr

HP has brought 3D printing technology solutions to India, and has launched 3D printers starting from Rs 2.5 crore.

3D printed soft structures can help in tissue regeneration, organ transplants

Researchers have been able to use 3D printing technology to develop scaffolds, that can help in tissue regeneration procedures.

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